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EX3200 Fixed-configuration Ethernet Switches


The EX3200 fixed-configuration Ethernet switches offer a high-performance standalone solution for low-density access
deployments in the wiring closets of branch and remote offices or large-site office buildings. Featuring complete enterprise
Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching capabilities, the EX3200 switches satisfy the wiring closet connectivity requirements of todays
high-performance businesses. Four different EX3200 switches are available, offering 24 and 48 10/100/1000BASE-T ports
with full and partial Power over Ethernet (PoE) options for supporting IP-enabled devices such as telephones, video cameras
and wireless LAN (WLAN) access points. Each PoE port delivers a full 15.4 watts of Class 3 PoE, making it a powerful
platform for supporting todays converged data, voice and video networks.
The EX3200 switches also support optional four-port Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and two-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) uplink
modules with pluggable optics to provide high-speed connectivity to aggregation-layer switches or other upstream devices.
The mean time to repair (MTTR) of the EX3200 switches is minimized with a field-replaceable power supply and fan tray.

The EX3200 switches offer an integrated routing engine that runs the same modular Junos operating system as other Juniper
switches, routers and security products, ensuring a consistent implementation and operation of each control plane feature
across an entire Juniper infrastructure. A purpose-built packet-forwarding engine ASIC, the EX-PFE, consistently delivers
wire-rate forwarding even with all control-plane features enabled. Based on existing field-proven Juniper technology, the EXPFE and Routing Engine bring the same level of carrier-class performance and reliability to the EX3200 switches that Juniper
routers bring to the worlds largest networks.

Model Number

Access Port Configuration

PoE Ports

EX3200-24T

24-port 10/100/1000BASE-T

Height
1RU

System Power (with PoE)


190 W AC (320 W AC)

EX3200-24P

24-port 10/100/1000BASE-T

24

1RU

190 W AC (600 W AC)

EX3200-48T

48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T

1RU

190 W AC (320 W AC)

EX3200-48P

48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T

48

1RU

190 W AC (930 W AC)

EX3200 Key Features & Benefits


Lower Total Cost of Ownership
- Optional GbE and 10GbE uplink ports can be purchased and installed when needed no need
-

for large upfront investments


Common Junos OS across the switched and routed infrastructure delivers consistent feature set and shortens the learning curve, lowering capital expenses
Common power supplies and uplink modules across both the EX3200 and EX4200 switches simplifies sparing; local knowledge workers can easily perform replacements
or upgrades without requiring skilled IT staff

Carrier-class performance and reliability


- Employ the same Junos OS that powers other Juniper switching, security and router products
- The EX3200 switches bring carrier-class technology to the enterprise by leveraging the same Juniper-developed ASIC hardware used in the worlds largest and most
demanding service provider networks

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High-availability features in a compact, 1RU form factor
- Field-replaceable power supply and fan tray dramatically reduce meantime to
repair (MTTR)
Resilient, modular Junos OS architecture separates control and forwarding
planes; each software feature runs in protected memory, and Graceful
Protocol Restart prevents a system reboot to recover from a single feature
failure
Complements existing Juniper product portfolio
- Adds high-performance switching to the Juniper routing, security and
application acceleration product portfolio
- Fully integrated with Juniper Unified Access Control (UAC) solution to deliver
identity-based authentication and enforce port-level Layer 2-4 security and
QoS policies
Support converged data, voice and video environments
- Full and partial PoE options satisfy both high- and low-density IP telephony,
WLAN and security camera requirements
- All PoE ports receive full 15.4 watts of Class 3 PoE, eliminating power provisioning restrictions
- Eight class of service (CoS) queues per port allow for separate prioritization policies for control plane, voice, video conferencing, video surveillance and multiple levels of
data traffic

When to Sell

Branch or regional office environments requiring less than 48 ports


Wiring closet access environments of 48 ports or less within campus networks

Competition
Competitor

Key Juniper EX3200 Ethernet Switch Differentiators

Cisco Catalyst 3560E

Extreme Networks Summit


X150 Series

Foundry Networks FastIron


Edge Switch X-Series
(FESX), FastIron
Workgroup Switch X-Series
(FWSX), FastIron GS/LS
Nortel Ethernet Routing
Switch 3510-24T

Cost of Ownership: Consistent Junos OS across Juniper switches, routers and security products eliminates the need to support multiple
software releases across the network, lowering costs and speeding roll out of new features throughout the network.
Carrier-class Reliability: A combination of time-tested, field-proven hardware and software features ensures continuous operation and
carrier-class reliability.
Scalability: Flexible GbE-to-10GbE uplink modules, full and partial PoE options, and a scalable packet-forwarding engine based on ASIC
expertise developed for Juniper routers enable the EX3200 switches meet the needs of large-scale networks.
Security: The Junos software is a hardened OS that separates control, forwarding and services planes, with each function running in
protected memory. The control-plane CPU is protected via rate limiting and ACLs, ensuring continuous operation even under severe attack.
Integration with Juniper UAC solution provides both standards-based 802.1X port-level access control and Layer 2-4 policy enforcement
based on user identity, device and location.

Page 2 - The information in this document is confidential to Juniper Networks and its partners, and is intended for informational purposes only. Information regarding competitive offerings is derived from public sources, and is subject to change without notice.
August 2010